Date: 5th July 2017 at 4:53pm
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Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of Rangers winger Barrie McKay.

McKay, who was heavily involved during Mark Warburton’s spell in charge at Ibrox, being named in the Scottish Championship Team of the Season in 2016, has joined Forest on a four year deal after an undisclosed fee was agreed.

According to the BBC, Forest have paid £500,000 for the Scotland international – winning his one and only cap in a friendly defeat against France in June 2016.

In total McKay made 126 appearances for Rangers and scored 13 goals but played the majority of his first team football for the Scottish Premiership side under Warburton, who will hope to get the best out of the forward during his coming years at the City Ground.

McKay, 22, becomes the second Forest signing of the summer after Jason Cummings joined from Hibernian.

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